Legacy Ridge at Marietta Newsletter

Resident´s Birthdays

04/01 Michael Rynar
04/09 Stephen Brannon
04/21 Susan Meyers
04/22 Karen Johnson
04/29 Alice Wallace

Months Celebrations

April's Fool's

April Fools’ day
Autism Awareness Month
National fun day

Events Spotlight

National Library day
National Burrito day

Birthday Recognition

Birthdays are such a blessing. Especially when we season in our age. It becomes more of a blessing as each year passes by. We love to honor our resident’s birthdays are they come along and at the end of each month we celebrate ALL of them.


Yosemite is famous for its giant sequoia trees; these trees can grow to be about 30 feet wide and more than 250 feet tall


This waterfall is located on the south side of Yosemite Valley. Comprised of multiple cascades, which range in height
from 50 to 500 feet. 
(Sentinel falls)

We appreciate our volunteers.

Volunteers bridge the gap that employees cannot always fill. Volunteers bring creativity and a break in pattern to our residents.


National Park

Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, spans 761,269 acre of land.

Fun Fact Fridays

Fun Fact Fridays

Make sure you are following our social media pages for helpful updates and news!

The beauty of ART

ART is such an important sensory activity for our residents. We do enjoy it


The park is best known for its waterfalls, On October 1, 1890, Yosemite became a national park

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Recipe Spotlight:

Spicy Fried Chicken Pasta


6 pieces cold, spicy fried chicken
6 cups cooked rotini pasta
6 boiled eggs, yolks separated
1 cup mayonnaise
1 tbsp Creole mustard
1/4 cup minced onions
1/4 cup minced celery
1 tsp chopped garlic
1/4 cup minced red bell peppers
1/4 cup minced green bell peppers
1/4 cup sliced green onions
1/2 cup sweet pickle relish
salt and pepper to taste

To make this dish, start by getting 6 pieces of spicy fried chicken from your favorite fast food outlet. I recommend Popeyes. Cut the bone-in chicken into cubes, keeping the skin intact. In a bowl, mash egg yolks, then add mayonnaise and Creole mustard, blending well. Dice egg whites and add them to the mixture. Combine all other ingredients except the chicken and pasta, ensuring they’re coated with the sauce. Add rotini pasta and gently mix, then add the fried chicken cubes. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve garnished with boiled eggs or additional pieces of hot fried chicken. Feel free to personalize the dish with your own seasoning blend. The key flavor comes from the seasoning on the chicken before frying.

Resident of the Month

Vickie Lewis

Vickie Lewis was born and raised in Atlanta Georgia. She is the mother of 2 children. Vickie is one of our super vibrant and helpful residents. She is always willing to help out in whichever way she can. Also, very creative you can find her outside drawing, reading or knitting. Vickie is a well-traveled woman, visiting places such as Tanzania and Algeria just to name a few places. We love Vickie.

Associate of the Month

Sherree Salley

Born and raised in the great state of Maryland, Sherree has been married for 24 years. Sherree is an inquisitive person always wanting to learn. Although she is concierge, you can find her helping out in whichever way she is needed. Sherree is so energetic and has a love for music and dancing! She loves to make our residents and employees laugh and smile, what a wonderful addition she is to our community.


Yosemite is home to a “firefall.” While it’s not actually fire, the Horsetail Fall on the eastern edge of El Capitan in the Yosemite Valley gives off the illusion of a fiery orange fall when the sunset hits at just the right angle for a few short weeks in February


Lauren Ross, Executive Director | Legacy Ridge at Marietta
Lauren Ross
Victoria Oloyede, Lifestyle Director | Legacy Ridge at Marietta
Victoria Oloyede

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